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DerbyCon: Former BlueHat prize winner will bypass Control Flow Guard in Windows 10

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    Windows 10, and even Windows 8.1 Update 3, uses Control Flow Guard (CFG) to protect against memory-corruption attacks. Close to the end of last year, Microsoft said the CFG security feature could “detect attempts to hijack your code” and stop executing the code “before the hijacker can do damage to your data or PC.”

    The summer at Black Hat, Yunhai Zhang showed how to “Bypass Control Flow Guard Comprehensively” (pdf). And at DerbyCon on Friday, Jared DeMott and Rafal Wojtczuk will present “Gadgets Zoo: Bypassing Control Flow Guard in Windows 10.”

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